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    I keep pushing forwards but they keep pushing me backwards. So I have new rules. 1. Don't feed the trolls you know they have no souls. 2. Don't respond to them they'll only post back back again. 3. Don't be their friend they'll only knife you in the back. I have new rules I count them.

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    I weep with gratitude.
    Let's give our NHS the 350 million the EU takes every week.

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    It seems to be their stock in trade but people are just so gullible...as we have seen here of the past few weeks...

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    Default Darmstadt is incredibly brainwashed

    Let's see if we can help him

    Taking a quick look at the fundamentals in the EU.

    https://www.rt.com/business/353516-d...k-profit-fall/

    And let's have a quick look at the 10 year bond yields in the Eurozone, a good guide to how the markets price in risk.

    Rates & Bonds - Bloomberg

    Pay attention to Italy, Portugal, and then the basket case Greece.

    The Eurozone is broken, and being kept artificially alive. It is broken and cannot be fixed.

    Now we know that the member states are jealous of our Brexit vote, and want their own referenda. Take a peek at what George Soros has to say :

    George Soros says it is 'probably inevitable' a country will leave euro - Telegraph
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    Much of UK growth and GDP is based on stock market derivatives is phony wealth; wealth that is untaxed and does not trickle down to you. You seem content to work your little bollocks off to support the gambling addiction of the wealthy speculators and naively flag wave their success.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paddy View Post
    Much of UK growth and GDP is based on stock market derivatives is phony wealth; wealth that is untaxed and does not trickle down to you. You seem content to work your little bollocks off to support the gambling addiction of the wealthy speculators and naively flag wave their success.
    But you have access to the derivatives market and can access the same wealth if you choose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by suityou01 View Post
    Let's see if we can help him

    Taking a quick look at the fundamentals in the EU.

    https://www.rt.com/business/353516-d...k-profit-fall/ Russia Today - Putin't mouthpiece and would be happy for the EU to disintegrate.


    Now we know that the member states are jealous of our Brexit vote, and want their own referenda. Take a peek at what George Soros has to say :

    George Soros says it is 'probably inevitable' a country will leave euro - Telegraph 5 year old article and about the Euro not the EU
    FTFY, mind you, you might want to look at all the articles about how support for the EU has increased since the Brexit vote...
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    Well, let's see where Britain stands with regards to financial stability of its banking system shall we?



    EU is about to implode financially, luckily (IF we invoke article 50 soon ), we won't be pulled into the resulting meltdown...

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